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that is what you hear from harry reid, tax hikes, spending cuts, when will they back off? they have already gotten them and don't seem satisfied. >> no, they don't think they need to cut back spending in a serious way. elsie growth of medicare and medicaid spending a problem although the cbo said we will be assisted home of the military but by pushing the tax hikes they create uncertainty because they don't know what it is, but until they have certainty we will not grow the private sector and the president kicks the can down the road and the budget really hurts the private sector and until we pay more attention growth will be stagnant. >> i totally agree. the contemporary democratic parties separated itself they are now about the public economy but to send revenue by the tax increase to the public economy i suspect we will see another year of fiscal gridlock they're not in the same hymnal. gerri: or at the same church or town or county. this is what has a jump-start if the growth is under 2%, 15 4% everybody is on the sidelines we'd want to commit to anything not just in and washington but
on the issue like guns that harry reid is not sitting up champing at the bit to do gun legislation coming out of the senate, by the way. so -- >> but the american public, michael, is. >> well, we know what the american public wants and what the united states senate and congress wants is sometimes two different things. that's the point. the president is trying to triangulate these interests to put his agenda out there to put the republicans on the defense to cobble together what he needs from the democrats to get something done. meanwhile, we still have unemployment at 7.9% and 22 million americans unemployed. >> michael, you don't have and the president doesn't have but i have a jobs program. rebuild america. big time. we do it in our ads. it's called lean forward. >> but how does he do it when he shuts down the job -- >> 3% interest rate right now. you can borrow the money at practically nothing to get the job done. >> that's right. >> try to get the loan, chris. try to get the loans. >> you get a 30-year loan at 3%, would have no impact on the deficit. >> you do that and see what happens. >
has a proposal. i don't think it's sound, but let's vote on it. to harry reid, the house, we have done nothing in the senate. it is one thing to be the world's most deliberate body. it is another thing to be the most absent. we are not doing anything in the senate, so harry reid, please come up with one of your own proposals, put it on the floor, let's start voting. if you don't like what we are doing, come up with your own plan. now, as john said, republicans own this proposal on the sequestration idea. it was the president's idea, according to bob woodward broke, that we would agree to it. we got in this mess together, and we are going to have to get out the way and do it together. you are the commander in chief. do you really want a deal to destroy the military at the time we need it the most? you want to do that with asia? what about the low number of ships we have? if you exempt personnel, have you modernize the f16 and f18. our enemies would love this to happen. i am sure that iran is very supportive of sequestration. i am sure that al qaeda training camps all over the world woul
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